Delhi University BJMC Admission and Eligibility Criteria

Delhi University BJMC Admission Procedure

The Delhi University or DU is a premier institution in India for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Education. Delhi University was established in 1922 and it has been continuously ranking as the top university in India.

Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communications (B.J.M.C) in Delhi University is a 3 year duration undergraduate program for students who wish to pursue their career in Journalism and media industry. The eligibility of this course is 10+2 or equivalent with 50% marks from a recognized university or board. Average fees for this course will be incurred from Rs. 50,000 to 1, 00,000 depending on the institute offering this course.

Difference between Journalism and Mass Communication: Journalism includes the activities of investigation, coverage of any incident and occurrence of current affairs but on the other hand mass communication refers to communicating to the population in a wide range.

DU offers following Mass Communication Courses:

  1. BA Hons Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC)
  2. BA Hons Multi Media & Mass Communication (BMMMC)
  3. BA Hons in Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication (BHJMC)
  4. Post Graduate Diploma in Business Journalism & Corporate Communication (DBJCC)
  5. Two Year P.G. Diploma in Hindi Journalism
  6. One Year P.G. Certificate Course in Hindi Journalism

BA (Hons) Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC):

Syllabus of B.A. Hons. Journalism

This course is offered by the following colleges:

  1. Lady Shri Ram College for Women
  2. Kamala Nehru College
  3. Kalindi College
  4. Maharaja Agrasen College
  5. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

BA (Hons) Multi Media & Mass Communication (BMMMC):

Syllabus of B.A. Hons. Multi Media & Mass Communication BMMMC

  1. I.P. College for Women

IP College for Women provides a unique course of bachelor of Mass Media and Mass Communication (BMMMC). IP College for Women gives 2% advantage for those who have some experience in working in media of various kinds.

Admission Procedure: In 2013, the university had decided to do away with the entrance test and interview for selecting students for this course. Now, admissions for this course are taken on the cut-off list basis.

 

B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication:

Syllabus of B.A. Hons. Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication

This programme is offered by the following colleges:

  1. Aditi Mahavidyalaya
  2. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
  3. Ram Lal Anand College
  4. Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College

Post Graduate Diploma In Business Journalism and Corporate Communication (DBJCC):

This one year programme aims to provide students with an insight into the corporate world. The programme equips students with skills in Corporate Communication, Public Relations, Advertising and Business Journalism. This programme is offered by Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce.

It is the only course, one of its kind, being pursued at the Delhi University and is affiliated to the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences & Humanities, South Campus, University of Delhi.

Admission Criteria: Admission to DBJCC is based on the entrance test conducted by the college with 80% weightage, interview with 10% weightage & group discussion with 10% weightage. The admission test will be of 2 hours duration and will consist of objective type questions with weightage on:

  • Economics and Business Awareness (30% weightage)
  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs (20% weightage)
  • General English (20% weightage)
  • Quantitative Ability and Logical Reasoning (30% weightage)

Two Year P.G. Diploma in Hindi Journalism:

Offered by the Department of Hindi, Delhi University, South Campus

One Year P.G. Certificate Course in Hindi Journalism:

Offered by the Department of Hindi, Delhi University, South Campus

Selection Process: Department of Hindi, South Campus conducts entrance exam in May every year for the above two certificate/diploma courses.

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